(The Washington Post)
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Anti-corruption protesters take to Russian streets across the country
Even as authorities detained organizers and raided the office of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, thousands of anti-corruption protesters called for a boycott of the upcoming presidential elections in Russia. Navalny was detained shortly after the protests began.
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